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Arizona Hiking
 • John Stanley → Arizona Highways 2002

Arizona Hiking describes hikes in five categories: urban backyard hikes; family hikes that range from easy to moderate; tougher day hikes that range from moderate to advanced; Grand Canyon hikes ranging from easy to advanced; and overnight hikes. Each description gives specific driving directions, elevations, recommended maps, safety suggestions, and official contacts for details on fees, regulations, etc. Hiking chapters start with two to four feature hikes, followed by at-a-glance descriptions of several additional hikes. Other chapters give general hiking preparation and safety guidelines and list additional resources. Includes seven chapters, total, with index and color map of Arizona.

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Arizona Trail: The Official Guide
 • Tom Lorang Jones  → Westcliffe Publishers 2005
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Arizona's Best Autumn Color
 • Christine Maxa → Westcliff Publishers 2001

Arizona writer and photographer Christine Maxa leads hikers of all skill levels to the best fall color around the state of Arizona. This book, the only one on where to find Arizona's fall color, will have you exploring from late September to early December. Plus, Maxa shares insight and intersting facts about natural and cultural history along the trails.
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Arizona's Best Wildflower Hikes : High Country
 • Christine Maxa → Westcliff Publishers 2002

Discover the special world of Arizona's high country wildflowers on these 48 hikes
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Arizona's Best Wildflower Hikes : The Desert
 • Christine Maxa → Westcliff Publishers 2002

Explore the beauty of the Sonoran Desert with these 50 hikes. Exciting on their own, the trails come alive when the charismatic wildflowers appear on the scene. Each trail has an accompanying map, color photo, detailed information, and a lively narrative. Plus, the book has individual profiles for 50 different wildflowers a picture and description full of facts, folklore, and interesting information. Don't let another Banner Year go by without witnessing Arizona's spectacular wildflowers in bloom. Get your copy of Arizona's Best Wildflower Hikes: The Desert today.
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Arizona's Wilderness Areas
 • Tom Dollar → Westcliff Publishers 1998
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Best Easy Day Hikes Flagstaff
 • Bruce Grubbs → Falcon Press Publishing 2001

Flagstaff rises above the desert that dominates much of Arizona's landscape. The peaks that surround the city are often snow-covered, and lush green forests carpet the high plateau upon which the community sits. These peaks and forests also harbor many fine trails, the best of which are described in Best Easy Day Hikes Flagstaff. From the colorful slopes of San Francisco Mountain to the scenic rim of Walnut Canyon, hiking around Flagstaff proves the desert is a kaleidoscope of beautiful terrain. Veteran hiker Bruce Grubbs has described 20 of Flagstaff's wonderful trails in this guidebook. Each route is documented with clear descriptions and easy-to-follow maps.

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Best Easy Day Hikes Grand Canyon, 2nd (Best Easy Day Hikes Series)
 • Ron Adkison  → Falcon 2005

Features 17 hikes.
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Best Easy Day Hikes Phoenix
 •  → Falcon 2000

The Phoenix metropolitan area, sprawling across the Valley of the Sun, is one of Arizona's most popular visitor destinations. The city and its suburbs offer superb hiking trails in the vast and spectacular Sonoran Desert. Best Easy Day Hikes Phoenix will direct you to some of the best short hiking trails on Squaw Peak, McDonald Mountain and in Lost Dutchman State Park. Best Easy Day Hikes Phoenix includes concise descriptions and detailed maps of mostly short, easy-to-follow trails that lead to some of the most scenic destinations in the area. With hikes varying from half-hour strolls to full-day adventures, Best Easy Day Hikes Phoenix is for everyone, including families.

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Best Hikes With Dogs: Arizona
 • Renee Guillory  → Mountaineers Books 2005

·75 dog-suitable trails throughout the state-many accessible from urban areas ·How to keep your dog safe, healthy, and hydrated in Arizona's arid climate ·What to pack for your pooch: the Ten Canine Essentials and the doggy first aid kit Renée Guillory and her canine companions, Artemis and Sparky, have hiked more than 700 miles together in Arizona. Now they share their favorite trails, presented through dog-centric eyes. On most trails, you'll encounter few people to dodge. Most hikes offer shade, if not water, to help keep your dog cool in extreme Arizona conditions. They emphasize terrain that's easy on the paws and give advance warning, trail by trail, on canine hazards to watch for. There are also tips on dealing with canine emergencies and for hiking with minimum dog-impact on the environment. Ranging from short day hikes to extended backpacking trips, many trails included are clustered around urban areas including Phoenix, Tucson, Flagstaff, Sedona/Prescott, and other communities in Mogollon Rim country. There are hikes as far-flung as the Mexican border and in the White Mountains of eastern Arizona.

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